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    3 Days Ago
    We had a Super XL in the same paint color and stripes and I think the red one we had was a super XL as well. Strong and LOUD.
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    3 Days Ago
    I booted a friend of mines sheppherd full swing with steel toed work boot in the ribs. Knocked the wind out of him and I though I could have broken some ribs. Dumb ass friend/owner watched the dog square off with me, and his son as well. Dog had bit several people before. Wouldn't have any teeth left if it was mine. Bad thing about booting is you are presenting your leg to them so it sure as hell better count on the first one. Did not know about the twisting of collar. Hope it never has to be used but good to know.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    I had a pinched nerve in my neck that I felt going down my shoulder. It kind of buzzed most of the time. Neck was sore, but not bad enough to make me think about having it worked on. I was working in and around my front end loader bucket, which I had up in the air out of the way. It slowly settles and wearing a brimmed hat I didn't notice and smashed into it at a good clip. Bent my neck back and knocked me to the ground. No more pinched nerve! When it happened I thought man, I could have done myself some serious hurt here. Once in a while you get good and lucky.
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    3 Weeks Ago
    My son was working at a place that makes brake parts for heavy duty trucks. He showed me a work station where blanks were forged in steps. I said I thought that kind of operation would soon be a thing of the past. He showed me the next room over where it is all mechanized. Apparently the old style is still making them money.
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    3 Weeks Ago
    I have been across the border with no enhanced or passport numerous times. They tell us we need one but a guy I know that works on the bridge says not really. Last time I came back the guy did give me some attitude. Lets see, I am in the vehicle with my sister, son, and grandson. We grew up 20 miles from the border. Think we might be terrorists or illegal aliens?
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    4 Weeks Ago
    Stuff probably causes cancer too.
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    08-15-2018
    Very nice.
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    08-15-2018
    Could be a plugged orfice or jet as well.
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    08-07-2018
    Cobleskill replied to a thread radiator cleaning in Gear Forum
    https://www.radiatorgenie.com/radiator_genie_s/46.htm I made an attatchment for my blow gun to do this. Decided to try the store bought one. It works well. A little flimsy but so far so good. Have not even tried the water model yet, but I should. Something a person could make easily enough. My experience exactly Al. Many times over. Latest was local machine shop/welding shop owner is friend of mine. I mowed hay for him with my equipment when he was broken down. Payment never happened like it should have so he has been machining a few things and is smart enough to not charge me. So I break a part that needs welding and it is alloy steel that needs 7018 or similar. I think why don't I take it over and have him do some more restitution work. Pretty easy to match it up and see the angle it needs to be welded at. Kid that did it got the angle right, just 180* off. Are you kidding me? I cut off what was welded on the end and reversed that instead of cutting it at the break and rewelding it there. How many ways can they screw stuff up? Lots and lots.
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    07-26-2018
    I remember reading about powdered milk. Seems like some rich top soil and some nitrogen fertilizer were ingredients as well.
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    05-25-2018
    Happy Birthday Steve! Thanks for the wishes on mine as well. And yes, Jim, more cauli planting this year. Got the seed, soil, and flats. This is about time to get them going. Now I have to decide how many thousand to plant. Some close associates say 0 is a good number.
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    04-18-2018
    Cobleskill replied to a thread Fuel Transfer Tank? in Gear Forum
    Offroad, HHO, and onroad are all the same stuff around here. Used to be HHO was high sulfur. It is all low now. Just don't get caught running offroad in your truck. Not all that likely on a small truck.
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    03-07-2018
    They look like they were in your area. Dutch Elm Disease took them out in the '60s. They might not have been as common as they were here. Massive amounts.
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    03-07-2018
    If you can find it elsewhere it will cost about 1/2 as much. Worth looking, unless you need it right now.
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    03-07-2018
    The hose is the prime suspect. Check the fittings too. Air can be sucked in without having oil leak when not running. Metal or rubber? Could be the pump or filter housing.
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    03-01-2018
    I have a few nice ash trees I should harvest before they are crap. I checked the price and it is $5-600/1000 on New York state report. Thought about stockpiling some myself. I know it gets powder post in the firewood if you store it for a few years. Stig?
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    02-28-2018
    Another cost of cheap crap coming from China.
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    02-26-2018
    Cobleskill replied to a thread New stump wheel in Gear Forum
    Reminds me of my son using a carbide blade circular saw to cut in ridge vent on a old roof. He uses a crap blade until he gets down to one or two carbide teeth left. You wouldn't think it would cut at all. It does, surprisingly well.
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    02-12-2018
    There has been a rodent problem with soy based plastic wire insulation on several brands of autos. They seem to like to chew wires anyway, the soy is tasty to boot.
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